Tamara Dolinsky B.A., R.Ac, EMR
Tamara has a double major from the University of Alberta in psychology and philosophy. She studied acupuncture at Grant MacEwan in Edmonton and graduated with distinction in 2001. She began studying NAET in 2004 (Basic and Advanced I) both of which she refreshed in 2015 and has also taken the following courses:
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
IIB: Immune System Disorders
IIC: Viral Disorders
Radiation Sensitivities (electric, electro-magnetic, x-ray and sun)
Exercise Induced Disorders
IID: Female Disorders
Melt Your Fat
IIO: Anxiety Disorders
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
NAET Symposium 2006
Tamara is also a fully trained EMR (Emergency Medical Responder).
After completing her studies and successfully passing the Alberta provincial acupuncture exam, Tamara was invited to teach full time at the Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (the first Westerner to be offered this position). In addition to teaching, she worked three mornings a week at GuoYiTang, the last resort acupuncture clinic associated with the University. Following her year at the University, she worked as the resident Acupuncturist for Bayley and Jackson Medical Clinic in Beijing.
When Tamara returned home to Edmonton, she opened her own multi-modality clinic also called The Shen Health and Wellness Centre. The clinic operated successfully for nine years before her decision to move to Langley to be close to family.